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Alex Rodgers gets winner with 16 seconds left as the Blazers edge the Rockets @NHLdotcom

KELOWNA, B.C. - Alex Rodgers scored the game-winning goal for Kamloops, a power-play goal with 16.7 seconds left in regulation time, as the Blazers rallied to defeat the Kelowna Rockets 4-3 in Western Hockey League play on Friday night.

Kenton Dulle, with two, his seventh and eighth goals of the season, and Brady Calla, with his seventh, replied for Kamloops (17-18-1-1), which trailed 3-2 heading into the third period following a 1-1 tie after 20 minutes. Dulle also scored twice on Thursday as Kamloops fell 3-2 in Vancouver to the Giants. Entering the week, Dulle had just nine goals in 90 games; now he has four in his last two.

Jamie Benn, with two goals, his 18th and 19th markers of the season, and Colin Long also scored for Kelowna (20-12-2-4). Long's goal, which opened Friday's scoring, was his team-leading 20th.

Justin Leclerc made 34 stops for the Blazers, who are 3-2-0-0 against Kelowna this season.

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